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of americans who think they have health insurance under obamacare may discover on january 1st that they do not. they are refusing to release the stats on the problems plaguing healthcare.gov the administration announced under pressure from the press that the enrollment of one out of every four people in the month of october and november were botched. at least one out of every four. since then they say at least one out of every 10 federal applications have had problems. the fix and they think the number is higher in the states. the state exchanges. our reporter pressed the agency in charge of these exchanges, the federal exchange or a solution to this mess, people don't know. they think they have got the coverage, they don't have the coverage, the insurer has some botched form it doesn't even have a name. it can't call the person to tell them it didn't work for you and here was the answer. >> but you are not saying that everyone should call? you are not suggesting that, urging them strongly despite the potential 1 terror rate going forward. >> any one who questions about their planned selection
raising worries about patient access to doctors. under obamacare. we told you about this last night. some say they do not want to and cannot afe afe afe aferd afford to. what can we do about this? i know you're not on the clock now. all right. what is the beef about the reimbursement that lays you to say doctors don't want to join exchanges? . >> i won't say it's a beef. very to say people have to make a decision whether to participate in the plans when exchanges offer participation they should would you participate? a lot of doctors were skeptical. we train to take care of patients. in order to take care of patients you have to be able to keep doors open, pay overhead and staff. when offered rates through exchange that's don't cover that expense, that means that not only can't we see new patients we can't stay open for patients we're taking care of we train to take care of all patients. whether exchange patients or commercial patients. exchanges have not been as open as they should have been. we're trying to work near california with covered california. to get that transparency so we kno
't traditional in any way, he passed obamacare wout a single member supporting him in either house from the other side. against public opinion and after we've had an off year election in massachusetts where the candidate for republicans ran on a platform of opposing obamacare they shoved it down the throw of the american people, through congress on a maneuver called reconciliation. that is the reason he's out there alone in the wind as this whole thing, obamacare collapses around him. did he not do what fdr and lbj did. they understood these math tiz are temporary. obama seized on temporary majority, american people rejected and now, he's reaping whirl wind perfect that. >> he seems to be confused or indignant republicans aren't rushing in to try to salvage the law as opposed to sitting back and criticizing it. they don't like the law. but, charles, do they have an obligation to do problem solving with the reality that we have a democratic president in the white house for at least another couple years? >> not if you believe as republicans do and i as do, that the law is in and of itself a disaste
tonight. that is the shrinking network of health care providers that are in the obamacare network. >> the plans were certified without having networks in place they just waved plans through. but the plan that's have -- >> what does that mean? >> it means he don't know which doctors are going to be available. for plan that's have formulated networks, on average they're offering access to 40% to 50% of the number of specialists offered in their older plans being cancelled it's going to be harder to get access to a doctor and going to be probably hard to get access to a doctor you used to go see. big issue if you go outside of the network, cost to you could be upwards of 100%. you can pay out of pocket. >> why? >> because the co-insurance is very low. amount of money paid to offset the costs of care outside of their very restrictive networks is typically low. >> so all right. you've got a situation, people outside of the network you can't afford? you have to stay inside >> right. you said one low-cost plan in florida had seven pediatricians in the network to service a county with 260
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